• Appetizers

    These Healthy Appetizers Will Be a Big Hit with Everyone

    There’s no better way to kick off a party than with a spread of tasty bite-sized snacks and crowd-pleasing cocktails, but if you’re trying to eat a little lighter, you’ll want to be sure to include some healthy appetizers, too. Don’t worry—healthy doesn’t have to mean bland. This is a party, after all! There are tons of lightened-up appetizers that still have a ton of flavor. Here, you’ll find delicious finger foods, party dips, spinach salads, and snacks that you can feel good about eating. Whether you’re hosting a party or simply looking for a bite before  

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  • Healthy Food

    Adele talks fans through her “super healthy” food shop

    In case you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have got the memo that Adele is back. We were treated to a brand new song – Easy on Me – from everyone’s favourite superstar, and her upcoming album 30 is due to be released on 19 November. All of this means that the generally very private singer and mum of one is doing some press interviews, and we’re able to get a glimpse into her life behind closed doors. And behind closed doors perfectly sums up Adele’s most recently-released bit of press – because the crew of Vogue‘s video  

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  • Healthy Food

    Man of Steele: Meet the Healthy Fast-Food Entrepreneur Bringing America’s Eating Habits into the 21st Century

    America’s fast-food industry might be due for an upgrade. Steele Smiley, the founder of Crisp & Green, is leading the charge. Serial restaurant impresario Steele Smiley has often been compared to a modern-day Ray Kroc—the longtime CEO of McDonald’s who pioneered modern fast-food retailing. Photo courtesy of Crisp & Green As simple as it may seem—two dots and a curved line inside a yellow circle—the ‘smiley face’ is perhaps one of the world’s most iconic ideograms. Yet, in a cruel twist of irony, the popular symbol known the world over—the OG of emojis, if you will—has a history  

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  • Healthy Food

    How can we ensure that everyone has enough healthy food?

    People, food and circumstances The forecast is that in 2050 there will be about 10 billion people on our planet. A lot of mouths to fill. How are we going to do that? And there is more – did you know that: More than 820 million people are hungry (source: FAO) 1.2 billion people are chronically undernourished But there are also 2 billion people who are overweight And that climate changes, pandemics and price developments have an effect on the amount of food and the affordability of this food This immediately shows that you cannot look at things in isolation  

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  • Healthy Food

    ‘Robin Hood’ of produce uses sliding scale to provide healthy food for all | Food

    Lindsey Barrow Jr. started as the “King of Vegetables.” Now, he’s the “Robin Hood” of produce. “When I was 5 years old, I was marching around with a squash at my grandmother’s in Martinsville, Va., and I told my dad I was the King of Fruit. He told me a squash was actually a vegetable, so I told him I was the King of Vegetables, then,” Barrow recalled. That early love of squash — and other vegetables — stayed with him. “Other kids wanted pizza. I just wanted a bowl of broccoli or turnips,” Barrow said. After studying  

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  • Fat Free Food

    Full-Fat Dairy May Actually Be Healthy for Your Heart

    Key Takeaways A new study found a potential association between higher dairy fat intake and a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. However, the study was observational—meaning that the researchers cannot conclude causality between fatty acid biomarkers in participants’ blood and their risk for heart disease. The current guidelines from the American Heart Association (AHA) recommend that most people focus on including low-fat and nonfat dairy sources in their diets to promote heart health. A study published in PLOS Medicine found an association between higher intakes of dairy fat and a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. The new findings are at  

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  • Healthy Food

    Healthy Fast Food Breakfast Options: From McDonald’s to Starbucks

    For the person on-the-go, grabbing a quick breakfast from your local Starbucks is a necessary evil. However, it does not have to be a bad thing, as there are healthy options in many of our favorite fast food restaurants. In the 2019 Food and Health Survey from the International Food Information Council (IFIC) 23 per cent of American consumers said they actively sought out healthy food, most often to receive the benefits of weight loss, energy, digestive health, and heart health. This, and the growing focus on plant-based diets, has prompted restaurants up their game when it comes to their  

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